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N NOTICE. Parties Indebted to the Oeotml Bottling Works are authorized to e«ttle with Mr. or Mre. Frank Car bi«. Central s?ttling Worlds A. BALERIA, Proprietor Why Not Clean House the Easy Way? The Electric Vacuum Cleaper takes All the Duet and Dirt Without the Labor of Taking Up Carpets. Cheaper than beating Them. The Gilpin County Light, Heat & Power Company ;; ' Ci /) THE <§ m I I Rocky Mountain National Bank j CENTRAL CITY, COLORADO. t : HAL SAYRE, Pres’t. J. E. t-IQHTBOURN, Vice Pres’t. • i E. \V. DAVUS, Cashier. ROBT. H. SAYRE. Asst. Cashier. 2 <i i * JS • * > 2DIRECTOBS ’! ° « i <> < . H. J. Kkuse H. A. Hicks Hal Sayre E. W. Williams ■ « 1 < > ] ’ Kobt. H. Sayre Eugene Clark J. E. Lightbourn J| ;; . ; OUR AIM AND EFFORT IS TO GIVE SUCH SERVICE TO 2 I* OUR CUSTOMERS THAT THEY WILL PROFIT BY OUR DEAL- 2 INGS AND RECOMMEND US TO THEIR FRIENDS. • ✓ : 1 GROCERIES I V WE HAVE * V ♦♦♦ ——— ; «*» The Finest and Choicest An Elegant Line of China V line °f Provisions, Flour, Ware always on hand at ♦♦♦ P <| «3» Hay and Grain J* j* Popular Prices j* > ,5, Y ■ | The Sauer-McShane Merc. Co. | MAIN STREET, CENTRAL X i; Stamp jVlill Screens 5 ;; Caps, Fuse and Candles, j j | - AfdU for tk* Old E ■I California Giant Powder I j; Quick Silver and Mill Chemicals, Gas 1 !! Pipes, Steam Fittings, Gold Retorts, Z ! ■ Belting, Hardware, Stoves, Rope, Etc. • ;! The Jenkins-McKay Hardware Co. j !! CENTRHL CITY, - COLO, Z o' + •+e+e+e+e+e+e+r+e+e+e+e+e+e+*+e+®+•+•+•+•+•+# r*fT \ WILL be satisfied IX you have your Rk \V \ f JJ/J Jft prlntln* done here. No Job la too ** r S® or too small. Cpme and la- | I " J * spoct our samples of prlntln* of all "(J - ' \ / kinds and leave your order. All % | A M Jobs promptly attended to. NUJIvJ/ the observer XTTni “THE MOUSE OP QUALITY" ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of School District No. 3. County of Gilpin, State of Colorado, from July 15t,'1914,' to June 30th, 1915. Received— Amount on hand July Ist, held by county treasurer ._$ 99.27 Apportionment _„1125.23 From special tax for school purposes 5406.61 Total $ 6631.11 Paid- For teacher’s salaries $ 2375.00 For fuel, rent, insurance and all current expenses 4069.19 For interest on registered warrants 83.27 For rebate taxes and fees 54J)5 j Total amount paid out during the year 6581.52 Balance in hands of county treasurer to credit of dis trict, June 30th, 1915 49.59 Total $ 6631.11 Balance i?i hands of county and district treasurers, as above 49.59 Amount of district warrants registered and unpaid 581.26 | C. R. NICCUM, Secretary cf District Xo. 3. ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of School District No. 13, County of Gilpin. State cf Colorado, from July Ist, 1914. to July Ist, 1915. Received— Amount cn l and July 1. 1914 held by county treasurer 223.94 Bond Fund 770.15 Apportionment 116.46 Total $ 1110.55 Paid— For teacher’s salaries $ 180.00 For fuel, rent, insurance and all current expenses 66.30 For rebate taxes and fees 7.70 Balance in hands of county treasurer to credit of dis trict, July Ist, 1915 856.55 Total __s 1110.35 Balance in hands cf county and district treasurers, as above 856.35 Total of bonds issued in all pre vious years and C2lled and cancelled 1700.0 C SADIE NEWCOMB. Secretary of District No. 13. Annual Report of Gilpin County Union High School Receipts 'June 30th. 1914 Balance on band __s 46.51 H. S. Apportionments 378.56 Central City, No. 1 __ 2461.80 Bald Mountain. No. 2 ..308.70 Black Hawk. No. 3 MM.BO ‘Russell Gulch. No. 5 ..764.60 $5241.97 Disbursements Salaries $4030.00 Rents __ __ 950.00 Supplies __ 199.36 Sundry expenses .... 59.53 $5235.59 Balance to credit of IV j H. school fund S2.OS ! I certify the above to be correct. WILLIAM C. MATTHEWS. Secretary of Union High School, Dis trict No. 1. ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of School District No. 1, County of Gilpin. State of Colorado from June 30th, 1914 to June 30th, 1915. Receipts Balance on hand, all funds, •lune 30th, 1914 1106.84 Apportionments 3160.37 Rents 950.00 Taxes, school purposes G 264.39 Taxes, bond redemption 1856.81 Taxes, bond Interest 182.35 Total * 12510.76 Disbursements Teacher’s salaries $ 3872.50 .Tanitor. fuel, current expenses 2767.30 Tuition-, U. H. school 2461.80 Bonds redeemed 2000.0 k Bond interest paid 600.25 County Treasurer’s fees 72.96 Interest on warrants 40.29 Balance on hand, all funds, June 30th, 1915 795.67 Total $ 12510.76 School warrants unpaid. Is sued $ 1222.98 < I certify the above to be correct. WILLIAM C. MATTHEWS. Secretary. PERTINENT POINTS Hope helps some if a man is s> hustler. A man looks cheap when his wife calls him “dear" in public. Some men tell their wives a lot of things thut never happen. Dumb waiters are nil right in their way, but they won’t answer. If a man would pose as a woman hater he must cut out flattery. A woman always wants another woman to help her keep a secret. A silly woman Imagines that ever’ an lu a bora if.ho has gord sense. NOTICE OF SALE UNDER DECREE ’ Whereas, John Stroehle and Fred.r r Ick W. Stroehle, surviving partr.ei si of the late firm of George Stroehle and j Sons; Thomas Cody and James W. Cody, partners doing business, under the firm name and style of Cody I Brothers; and The Jenkins-tMcKay Hardware Company, a corporation, ! plaintiffs, lately in the District Court o? Gilpin County, Colorado, at a term thereof begun and held at Central City in said county, on the 7th day of June ; A. D. 1915, and on the 2nd day of ! July, A. D. 1915, recovered against The Castle Reck Milling and Mines Com puny, a corporation, three sep arate judgments, to-wit: i First. A judgment in favor of John Stroehle and Frederick W. Stroehle. surviving partners of the late firm of George Stroehle and Sons, plaintiffs, in the sum of Two Thousand Eight Hundred and Six Dollars and eighty nine cents, and costs of suit amount ing to Fourteen Dollars and two cer ts ; and costs cf sale, with interest on said judgment at the rate eight per i centum per annum from the 2nd day of July, A. D. 1915. Second. A judgment in favor of Thomas Cody and James W. Cody, partners doing business under the firm name and style of Cody Broth ; eye, plaintiffs, in the sum of Four Hundred Eighty-Four Dollars and sev i enty-two cents, and costs cf suit amounting to Two Dollars and forty- 1 five e nts, and costs of sale, with inure t on said judgment at the rate of eight per centum par annum from the 2nd day of July, A. D. 1915. Taird. A judgment in favor of The Jenkinß-McKay Hardware Company a, corporation, plaint ff, in the sum of Fifteen Hundred Eighty-Seven Dol lar- and eighty-eight cents, and co ts of- lit* amounting to Seven Dollars and ninety-five cents, and costs of sale, with Interest on said judgment at th rate of eight per centum per annum from the 2nd day of July, A. ; D. 1915. And which said amounts were by the court adjudged to the said plains - iffs, respectively, as their tfamages and costs, and tfhich judgments, re aper lively, were aho by the decree! •of -aid court, declared to be a lien upon tl ? premises described in the , cci..plaint cf the said plaintiff, a id in the decree had and entered of record in said court in behalf of the said plaintiffs, to-wit: The Castle , Rock lode mining claim, Survey Lot No. '169, situate in Quartz Valley min! irg district, in the county of Gilpin and State of Colorado, together with all buildings, machinery, fixtures and all other improvements thereon. And it was further ordered, ad judged and decreed by the court, that said lode mining claim together with I all buildings, machinery, fixtures and , other improvements thereon, or so much thereof as may be found neces sary to realize the amounts of said three judgments, costs and costs of >ale. and which can be sold separate ( ly without injury, be sold by the sher iff of said county in satisfaction of -aid liens and costs within the t me and in the manner provided by law* for*sales of real estate on ex ecution; that the said sheriff apply the proceeds of said sale to the pay ment of the costs of sale, ccsts of ■ -uit, satisfaction of the liens herein established and the judgments here f in rendered; that said sheriff after i j the time allowed by law for redemp tion has expired shall execute a deed j to the purchaser of said premises, and that any of the parties to this ac tion or any one for them may be come purchasers of said premises at said sale. Now, Therefore, I, Albert S. Gun dy, Sheriff of Gilpin County, Colora do, under and by virtue of the author ity in me vested by said decree and by virtue pf the special execution Is sued thereon, under the hand and of ficial seal of the clerk of said Dis trict Court, said execution bearing date the 9th day of July, A- D. 1916, do hereby give notice that I will ex pose for sale and sell at public ven due all the right, title and Interest which the said defendant'. The Castle Rock Milling and Mines Company, a corporation, has, or had at the time at which said liens were so de creed by tile court to take effect, in and to all the above described pre i misee, at the front door of the court house in Central City. Gilpin County, Colorado, at the hour of ten o’clock, A. M., on the 7th day of August, A. I). 1915. ALBERT 8. CUTNDY, . Sheriff of Gilnln Uountv. unto. Ist pub. July 15; 'ast, Aug. 5, 1915. READ THIS!! Tl>e Hawley Mdse. Co., can supply your wants from a complete stock of fancy and itaple groceries. The freshest of vegetables and fruits In the market. IJaV and grain In any quantity. I 1 Albert Kluis returned from Denver ' < Monday night with a new Ford auto mobile. Tlie machine Is of the pat- 1 torn of 1915, and is warranted to climb j mountain trail* or leap from j.re ipices with the case of a dove. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR U. S. PATENT No. 021593 Survey 19564 U. S. Land Office, Denver, Colo.. June 29, 1915. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the Act of Congress [approved May 10, 1872, Alfred I. Du- Pont, by Forbes Rickard, Agent, whose postoffice is 512 Equitable Bldg., Denver Colo., has made appli cation for a patent for 1500 linear feet in each case on the German An nex and German No. 2 Lodes, bear ing gold and silver the same being 1496 and 8 feet easterly and 4 and 1492 feet westerly from discovery shafts therecn, with surface ground 236 and 300 feet in width, situate in Nevada and Illinois Central Mining Districts Gilpin County. State of Col-j orado, and described by the official ' plat, herewith, posted, and by the fiel.l I notes on file in the office cf the 1 Register of the Denver Land Dis trict, Colorado, as follows, viz: German Annex lode:- Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence 1 7 . S. M. M. Spring dale bears S. 29 u 46' W. 4855.55 ft. 1 Thence S. 9° N 3s' E. 236 ft. to Cor. No. 1 2, thence S. 82M6' W. 1500 ft. to I Cor. No. 3, thence N. 9°35' W. 236 ft. to Cor. No. 4. thence X. 82'46' E. | 1500 ft. to the place of beginning. German No. 2 lode:- Beginning at Cor. No. 1. whence U. S. M. M. Sprirg dale bears S. 7 46' W. 3712.4 ft Thence S. 81°34' W. 1024.17 ft. to Cor. X'o. 2, thepce N. 9°35' W. 300.0 G j ft. to Cor. No. 3. thence N. 8134' E. 1099.83 ft. to Cor. No. 4. thence X. 73 48' E. 490.21 ft. to Cor. No. 5. I thence S. 9 C 35' E. 302.01 ft. to Cor. No. 6, thence S. 73°48' W. 475.79 ft j to the place of-beginning, expressly' excepting and excluding all conflicts; I with Surveys Nos. 162. 652, 775. 494, 1032. 1018, 951. 7240, 7076. and 18936,; Mineral. Mitchell, Ina, German. Nin ette, Pikes Peak Extension. Soden Extension. Last Chance. Belcher, and North German lodes, containing 11.741 acres and forming a portion of the Unsubdivided Towns! in 2 S. of Range | 73 \V. of the Sixth Principal Meridian said amended locations being record ed in vol. 165 pages 526 and 527 of , the records of Gilpin County, Colo rado. Adjoining claimants owners cf the above mentioned excluded sur veys and Surs. Nos. 740 and 564 Sod en Extension lodes, and 191C0 Welling ton lode. MARY WOLFE DARGIN. Register. Ist pub. July 1; last pub. Septem ber 2, 1915. I | ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of School District No. 2, County of Gilpin. State of Colorado, from July Ist, 1914, to July Ist, 1915. Received— Amount on hand June 30th. held by district treasurer 97 20 Apportionment 1051.43 From special tax for school purposes _L 1804.20 From all other 674.50 Total ._$ 3627.33 • Paid— For teacher’s salaries $ 1485.00 For fuel, rent, insurance and | all current expenses 1843.50 interest on registered j warrants 25.63 j Treasurer's commission 24.54 Balance in hands of county treasurer to credit of dis trict, June 30, 1915 245.66 Total $ 3627.33 Mrs. EDITH JAMES. Secretary of District No. 2. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE To Joseph W. Straight, Wm. Zint, S. W. McClain, F. S. Wilcox and Rob ert W. Devoe, their heirs, legal representatives or assigns, and to all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that we have expended during the years 1910. 1911, 1912, 1913 and 1914 the sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) each of suid years In labor and improvements on the Audubon lode mining claims Nos. 1,2, 3,4, 5, 6 and 7, situated in the Wisconsin mining district, in the county of Gilpin, state of Colorado, of which the original location certifi cates are found of record In book 164. pages 200. 201, 202, 203, In the of flee of the recorder of said county, in order to hold said claims under the provisions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and nil amendments thereto, concern ing annual labor upon mining claims, being the amount retired to hold said lodes for the period ending on the 31st day of December, A. I). 1914 And if, within ninety (90) days after the publication of this notice you full or refuse to contribute your propor tion of such expenditure h as co-own er. by paying the same to the under signed. your inteiest in the above men Honed lode mining claims will be come the property of the undersign ed, your co-owners, who have made the required expenditures by the terms of said section. NEfLLIJS G. S. FLORENCE. Wm. E. HODGSON, Ist pub. July 22; last Oct. 21. 1915. PUBLIC TRUSTEE’S SALE Whereas, Charles B. Myers, whose address is 949 Wellington St. ■Chicago Cook County, Illinois, grantor by hLs Trust Deed, dated November 30th a. D., 1914, and recorded on December 31st, A. D., 1914, In the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Gilpin County, Colorado, in Book 189 at Page No. 55, of the records of said County, con veyed to the Public Trustee of said County the following land in said County, to-wit: All the right title and inferest of the said Charles B. My ers in and to the easterly eight hun dred and thirty-three (833) feet o.f the Carr lode and mining claim be ing Mineral Survey Number feur hun dred and forty-two (442) and Tie Plymouth lode and Mining Claim, be ing Mineral Survey Number eight hundred and seventy-six (576) both lodes and Mining claims being in Gregory Mining District, in Gilpin County, Colorado, together with all machinery, buildings and Improve ments of every kind, situate thereon, and b'ing tie same propeity conveyed by Bruce M. Myers to Charles B. My ers by deed recorded in Book 150 page 210 of the records cf Said Gilpin Coun ty, ini trust to secure the payment of the principal note of even date with, said Tru : Deed for $3291.76, pay able to the order of John C. Jenkins, surviving partner of the firm of Jen kins McKay & Co., two years after date with interest thereon from date at the rote of six per cent per an num payable semi-annually and evi denced by said note wherein and by said trust deed, it is stipulated and agreed that in case of the default of the payment of any installment of interest when duo, then, and in that case, the whole of said principal and interest thereon, at the option of the legal holder thereof shall become due and payable. And Whereas, Default has been made by the said grantor in said Truts Deed in the performance of the covenants and conditions imposed up on him by the terms of said Trust Deed in this, to-wit: That 6aid grant or has failed to pay the installment of interest due on said principal note on the 30th of May A. D., 1915. And Whereas, The legal holder of the indebtedness represented by said note has filed with said Public Trus tee notice and demand in writing, de claring said default and electing to dclare the whole debt represented by sold note and interest therecn to date of sale due ar.d payable, and demanding the sale of said land un said Trust Deed. Now. Therefore. Public Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to said notice, election and demand, and un der and by virtue of tlie authority vested in me by said Trust Deed and the law, T. Henry P. Altvater. Public Trustee of said Gilpin County will sell the above land and proper ty for cash, at public auction, to the highest bidder at the Eureka Street front door of the County Court House in the City of Central in the Coun ty of Gilpin and State of Colorado, on, Saturday the 31st day of July A. D. 1915, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon for the purpose of paying said note, interest to date of sale cost and the expenses of this sale, and will give to the purchaser thereof a certificate of purchase therefor as provided by law-. HENRY P. ALTVATER, [ Public Trustee of Gilpin County, Colorado. Ist pub. July 1; last pub. July 22. 1915. ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of School District No. 12, County of Gilpin, State of Colorado, from July Ist, 1914 to June 30th. 1916. Received— Amount on hand July Ist, held by county treasurer __s 57-52 Apportionment 1 4.'.56- From special tax for school purposes, 589.11 Total $ 792.18 Paid- For teacher’s salaries $ 310.00 For fuel, rent. Insurance and all current expenses 82.56 Permanent Improvements 29.25 For rebate taxes and fees 5.88 Total amount paid out during the year 427.08 Balance in hands of County Treasurer to credit of dis trict, June 30. 1915 364.50 Total $ 792.18 Balance In hands of county and district treasurers, as above 364.50 Amount of district warrants registered and unpaid June 26th. 1915 No. 288 60.00 MAUDE C. MYERS. Secretary of District No. 12. FOR SALE OR RENT A five room residence, on sth High street, Central. For particulars in quire of Ix>roy J. Williams, 305 Boa ton Bldg., Denver. The Observer supplies its patrons with tie best meet in the county. Give us a trial. No robbery.